January 18th, 2016
Episode 793 of 1699 episodes
A 20m fund to teach Muslim women in the UK to speak English will tackle segregation and help them resist the lure of extremism, David Cameron says. Zubeda Limbada, founding director of anti-extremism think tank Connect Justice, and Anjum Anwar, chair of charity Woman’s Voices, discuss the PM's call for "more assertive" action needed to tackle discrimination against Muslim women and their segregation in some UK communities.
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